A gem on the Adriatic, the Pucic Palace is nestled in a 17th-century Baroque building in the heart of old town Dubrovnik.
The beautiful stone facade welcomes you into Pucic Palace. Set within the former abode of an aristocrat, its 17 private quarters are all unique. Exposed wood beams, stone walls, oak floors, vaulted ceilings, local art, and Italian and Turkish antiques add interest throughout. Natural light pours into each space from the large windows. Rooms with balconies look out over the white umbrellas in Gundulic Square. Romanesque Italian mosaic tiles line the walls of the bathrooms, and the copper bath is made for soaking after a day of exploring.
Awaken your senses with the scent of fresh jasmine trees and citrus flowers. A refreshing mint tea and a warm pastry will get you started for the day. Dine alfresco on the Terrace La Capella, offering a fusion of eastern Mediterranean that takes inspiration from the sea and the Croatian landscape. Live music serenades you and lanterns add a hazy glow to the starry night sky.
Dubrovnik is on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its rich history and culture, and Pucic Palace is just steps away from a treasure trove of historical sites. Within the walled city, homes with red rooftops and windows framed by aged, green shutters gracefully creep up the hills of the Dalmatian Coast. Everything here tells a story of this once-sea-faring-focused republic. Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles all intertwine among the palaces, churches, and fountains, all at the doorstep of the Pucic Palace.
Walk the marble streets of Dubrovnik’s pedestrian-only medieval town. Beautifully carved cathedrals and museums welcome wanderers to explore their fascinating history. Stop to sip on Turkish coffee in the little cafes, or browse the fruit and vegetable stalls add an additional burst of color to this already charming place.
Farther afield, take a dip in the calm waters of Banje Beach. A private yacht trip gives you an opportunity to see the “Pearl of the Adriatic” from offshore.